TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT PROTOCOL:
The physician and staff are pending scheduling of the Covid-19 vaccination by the Fairfax County Health Department.
Once everyone at Tysons Pain Center is found to be safely eligible and vaccinated,
we will implement new appointment protocol for in-person appointments and procedures.
In-person examinations and procedures will remain suspended,
until further notice.
We will continue to report to our office on a very limited schedule, for Telehealth treatment & remote services
for current patients.
When we re-open and resume regular office operations,
appointment and safety protocol will be strictly adjusted for the health & safety during this health crisis.
Patients must adhere to all new appointment safety guidelines in order to have an appointment.
2021 APPOINTMENT PROTOCOL
DURING COVID-19 :
(Currently: same as 2020)
You will be contacted by the office for telehealth services
when you are due to for a reevaluation and/or medication refills.
Prescriptions are sent digitally to your pharmacy.
Controlled medications are strictly monitored and are prescribed and dated every 30 days.
**IF YOU ARE ON A CONTROLLED MEDICATION REGIMEN,
THIS IS A FRIENDLY REMINDER THAT YOUR PRESCRIPTION IS WRITTEN TO LAST NO LESS THAN 30 FULL DAYS
REFILLS ON THE "28TH-DAY" SCHEDULE IS NO LONGER PERMITTED
DUE TO REPEATED
CONFUSION WITH MEDICATION USAGE
AND REFILL DATES**
IF CONTROLLED MEDICATION IS FINISHED BEFORE THE 30TH DAY,
THIS IS AN INDICATION THAT YOU ARE NOT TAKING IT AS PRESCRIBED WHICH IS UNSAFE
AND TERMS FOR BEING DISCHARGED.
**PLEASE CHOOSE YOUR PHARAMCY WISELY.
IF THE PHARMACY YOU HAVE CHOSEN CAN NOT FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS IN A TIMELY MANNER,
OR PROVIDE THE CORRECT QUANTITY, WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO HELP YOU.**
If we can not reach you by telephone during the week that you are due for a follow up,
we can not provide any services or medication prescriptions for you.
If your contact information has changed since your last appointment,
contact us as soon as possible to provide your updated information.
You can contact us through the messaging window below, or by telephone.
We will answer your email and phone inquiries as soon as we can.
We urge our patients to follow-up with your
primary care physician, and/or specialist treating any underlying conditions for confirmation whether it is safe for you to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
If you are able to get vaccinated for Covid-19,
We strongly urge you to do so.
Important Information on Covid-19 SYMPTOMS, TESTING, VACCINES, etc. is posted on the
Center for Disease Control (CDC) website
We hope you stay safe and well. We look forward to speaking with you soon.